SoHi JV squads take down CIA

SoHi JV squads take down CIA

The Soldotna JV programs both prevailed over the Cook Inlet Academy teams Tuesday night in nonconference play.

The SoHi JV boys won 56-24, while the SoHi JV girls picked up a 29-16 win over the host Eagles.

In the boys game, the Stars quickly built a lead as Josh Pieh netted 10 of his team-high 14 points in the first half. SoHi took a 35-13 halftime lead, then held on with tight defense as CIA only managed one field goal in the third quarter.

Mason Ziegler led CIA with eight points while teammate Hunter Moos added six.

In the girls game, Adara Warren provided eight points for the Eagles. The SoHi JV was held scoreless in the second quarter as the Eagles led 10-5 at the half, but the Stars came alive and won the third quarter 11-4 to take a two-point edge, before finishing it off with a 13-2 run.

Nikolaevsk boys 75, Aniak 59

The Warriors picked up a nonconference victory Tuesday at home over Aniak.

Michael Trail scored 14 of his game-high 26 points in the first quarter for Nikolaevsk, which led 39-30 at halftime. Aniak stayed close and trailed 52-44 entering the fourth quarter, but the Warriors finished it off with a 23-15 kick in the final period of play.

Nikolaevsk also got 17 points from Kosta Nikitenko, 14 from Justin Trail and 13 from Isaak Fefelov. Nikitenko helped the Warriors finish strong with 14 points in the fourth quarter. Aniak got 27 from Carl Morgan.

The scheduled game between the Nikolaevsk and Aniak girls was cancelled Tuesday.

Seward boys 64, King Cove 52

The Seward boys earned a non conference win over Class 1A King Cove Tuesday in Seward.

Max Pfeiffenberger led the charge for the Seahawks with 17 points while teammate Connor Spanos had 14 and sam Koster chipped in 15. King Cove’s Jason Duarte led the T-Jacks with 30 points.

King Cove girls 79, Seward 35

The Class 1A girls from King Cove took a win from 3A Seward Tuesday with 34 points from Elaina Mack.

Mack drilled six 3-pointers on the way to the win.

Seward was paced by Anevay Ambrosiani with 13 points.

Tuesday boys

Warriors 75, Halfbreeds 59

Aniak 16 14 14 15 —59

Nikolaevsk 23 16 13 23 —75

ANIAK (59) — Kelila 2, Steeves 18, Lee 0, Wise 0, Morgan 27, Hunter 12, Morgan 0.

NIKOLAEVSK (75) — Brown 0, Fefelov 13, Nikitenko 17, J. Trail 14, Kalugin 0, D. Nikitenko 0, Mumey 5, M. Trail 26.

3-point FG — Aniak 13 (Morgan 7, Steeves 6); Nikolaevsk 7 (Fefelov 3, K. Nikitenko 3, Mumey 1).

Team fouls — Aniak 5; Nikolaevsk 7. Fouled out — none.

Stars 56, Eagles 24

SoHi JV 13 22 11 10 —56

CIA 5 8 4 7 —24

SOLDOTNA JV (56) — Reutov 11, Johnson 3, Pieh 14, Johnson 2, Matheson 8, Spies 0, Johnson 8, Wilson 10, Ducker 0.

CIA (24) — Moos 6, Boyd 1, Johnson 2, Cragg 0, Bears 0, Leaf 2, Walsh 0, Anderson 0, Van DeGriff 1, Peterson 0, Ziegler 8, Boyd 4.

3-point FG — SoHi JV 8 (Reutov 3, Matheson 2, Johnson 2, Johnson 1); CIA 0.

Team fouls — SoHi JV 19; CIA 5. Fouled out — Johnson.

Seahawks 64, T-Jacks 52

King Cove 10 15 8 19 —52

Seward 13 17 12 22 —64

KING COVE (52) — Gould 10, Severion 4, Aichele 2, Duarte 30, Kuzakin 0, Lind 0, Brandell 6.

SEWARD (64) — Basalo 4, Spanos 14, Koster 15, Moriarty 3, Ingalls 5, Pfeiffenberger 17, Jarvis 2, Nilsson 4.

3-point FG — King Cove 5 (Duarte 2, Gould 2, Brandell 1); Seward 1 (Ingalls).

Team fouls — King Cove 14; Seward 6. Fouled out — Severion.

Tuesday girls

Stars 29, Eagles 16

SoHi JV 5 0 11 13 —29

Eagles 5 5 4 2 —16

SOLDOTNA JV (29) — Widaman 0, Brantley 8, Cannava 7, Burns 5, Cook 0, Leadens 5, McElroy 0, Spies 2, Fischer 2.

CIA (16) — Henderson 6, Hyatt 2, Nelson 0, Dohse 0, Nelson 0, Castenholz 0, Cragg 0, Hammond 0, Warren 8.

3-point FG — Soldotna JV 0; CIA 0.

Team fouls — Soldotna JV 11; CIA 9. Fouled out — none.

T-Jacks 79, Seahawks 35

King Cove 18 17 26 16 —79

Seward 7 12 8 8 —35

KING COVE (79) — Newman 4, Newton 17, Mack 34, Kuzakin 0, Brandell 8, Duarte 12, Brandell 0, Calver 0, Yatchmeneff 2.

SEWARD (35) — Lemme 0, Ambrosiani 13, Schilling 4, Sieverts 7, Jackson 5, Dougherty 0, Casagranda 0, Sewell 6, Siemanski 0.

3-point FG — King Cove 11 (Mack 6, Newton 3, Brandell 2); Seward 1 (Ambrosiani).

Team fouls — King Cove 14; Seward 6. Fouled out — none.

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